Cropping images


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Cropping images

The Cropping tool is one of the things that I used to do in the early days of Aperture to demonstrate that Aperture was a nondestructive Image Editor, because when you do Crop, in other words, when you select an area out of your image and hang onto it, it doesn't throw away the rest of the image. So, it's always sort of a dramatic kind of demonstration. And to show you what I mean by that, this image has been cropped here, this image of Bonnie. And our Cropping tool is right here, and it's also just the C key.

Look what happens when I click on that. Now I cropped this image long time ago. There is the area that I Cropped, and then, of course, here's the rest of the information. But it hasn't been thrown away. It's still there. So, if I wanted to change my mind later on, I can always do that. I can always recrop. So, now that you have seen that, let's go to full-screen mode, and let's play with this tool a little bit. So, I am just going to go full- screen mo...

Cropping images
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Cropping images provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Derrick Story as part of the Aperture 3 Essential Training (2012)

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Photography
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Aperture
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